WhatsApp, the the world's largest messaging platform, has long been able to delete messages.
This feature is useful for correcting errors or editing messages, but the fact is that if a message has been deleted either by the sender or the recipient, it can not be read, sometimes it becomes annoying.
However, we have some easy techniques to take a look at the deleted messages.
- If you erased mischievous messages or a whole conversation, you can recover them by restoring the WhatsApp conversation copy. WhatsApp backs up local devices on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis.
- If the sender has "deleted the message for all" a third-party application that is designed to keep a log of all notifications and incoming messages can help. There are many apps on the Google Play Store, but you can try Notification History or Notif Log Notification History. Once installed, it will retain any notice, including the deleted messages of WhatsApp.
Things to keep in mind before using alarm loggers.
With a notification logging application, you can check the deleted messages, but the service will be needed accessing the Android alert log, which is a significant security risk.
In some cases, these applications may also do not show the entire message or show only one line.
Finally, if you do restarting the phone, it will be impossible to retrieve messages because the system's log will be automatically deleted.